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for a man and robbed a bank in livermore. there is a surveillance all of the suspect at a citibank in tortola ave. police say the man demanded money from a teller. it is unclear to suspect that a gun how much money to look. he is described as a white 25 to 30 year-old male with a heavy bill the way up to 250 lbs.. >> and large police presence is expected at it as a logical again today, after threats were made against the school. patrol cars up on the perimeter of campus. there is also on the cover officers inside the school yesterday. this all happened at araagon high school in san mateo. a police post for security was tightened after to a reported threat posed the on a face book page. >> demolition crews and started tearing down the old elevated portion of the oil drive right before the approach to the golden gate bridge. it is in close to what extent the new tunnel with it last year. crew breaking up the old asphalt tearing up rebar and removing the support steal. the work began this week will continue for several months. eventually northbound lanes will be built finishing in 201
at the citibank on portola avenue. the robber is described as 25 to 30 years old, weighing as much as 250 pounds. no one was hurt during the robbery, and police are not saying how much, if any money he got away with. >>> a snowstorm is being blamed for a huge freeway pileup in canada. at least 100 people were injured today. one seriously when snow blanketed an area in and around the city of edmonton. whiteout conditions on the road made driving all but impossible. there were delays in some cases up to six hours. >>> in syria today, an elderly muslim cleric was among at least 42 people killed in a suicide bombing. the explosion took place inside a mosque in the capital of damascus. it's the first time a suicide bomber has struck inside a syrian mosque. the 84-year-old preacher was one of the few prominent supporters of president bashar assad. >>> in the mediterranean nation of cypress people lined up to get money out of atm machines, trying to get whatever cash they can. cypress has until money to put a bailout plan in place in the face of a threatened pullout by the european central bank. some b
"insufficient authority" and risk was "insufficiently evaluated" and that the citibank board had "no effective oversight." yet eight days later, ceo vikram pandit and chief financial officer gary crittenden personally signed the sarbanes-oxley certification. they attested to the bank's financial viability and the effectiveness of its internal controls. the deficiencies cited by the comptroller of the currency were never mentioned. citi said it didn't consider the problems serious enough that they had to be disclosed to investors and says the certifications were entirely appropriate. but nine months later, citigroup would need a $45 billion bailout and $300 billion more in federal guarantees just to stay in business. >> i don't think wall street senior people really think they'll ever end up in jail, and they've been right. >> frank partnoy, the securities lawyer and expert on sarbanes-oxley law, says the facts about citigroup raise some troubling questions. >> they certainly knew the internal controls were inadequate and that the company was out of control from a reporting perspective. >> and
robbed a bank livermore. theirs is the biggest of the suspect a citibank on poor tortola ave. lee said the man demanded money from a teller. it is unclear if the suspect had a gun and how much he took. he is described as white, 25 to 30 years old with a heavy bill and weigh up to 250 lbs.. >> the judge in sacramento has tentatively ruled that standards as the 49ers are entitled to $30 million in tax bonds at santa clara voters approved earmarking for this team's new stadium. the ruling came in response to a lawsuit filed by the 49ers. the team did not respond to requests for, because this isn't could still be appealed. the withheld funds are expected to slow construction for the $1.2 billion stadium. it six wow, iw,'ve been claritin clear for 10 days!s! when yenour allergies start, doctdoors recommend taking one non-drowsy claritin every dayy duridung your allergy season for continuous relief. 18 day ds! 17 d17ays!s! 22 days of continuous relief.. liveli claritin clear.r. every erday.y. >> the chief executive of black. maker are items that apple's iphone is outdated. both models are pa
the force for good if used properly for the first time? to pick a name out of the hat, citibank has problems. would regulators perhaps use the orderly liquidation authority to wind down city and sent a message to a market that actually there will be consequences for failure and would that be effective at changing the tone? another question is peter and tim geithner agree can't be systemic until circumstances are heard until it is systemic. to indict her's responses let regulators do what we want when we are in that situation. we will figure out the right thing. trust us. what is peter's solution? what would he do during the crisis? what actions by the government are appropriate during the crisis. i look forward to discussion of these issues and congratulate you on your book. [applause] >> wayne abernathy. >> it is an honor to be with you particularly to comment on peter's book. in the mid 1916s milton friedman and anna schwartz set out to do a difficult thing. a herculean task to challenge the prevailing narrative of what caused the great depression. in so doing they friend the underlying ra
allow the banks to fail, much like letting citibank or jpmorgan here in the united states, that would have significant repercussion the in the economy. connell: where do you stand on the idea of the con cement spreading? could it happen in other countries was the question asked, it seemed like, in the markets this morning if it goes through on cypress, on to the next guy and next who have problems? >> that's a legitimate concern that the architect or one of the principle architects here, the imf, the ecb, and the european union and germany with a strong hand there. if they force this upon one country, who is to say they couldn't force it upon a larger, more important country? if europe were able to execute a plan like that, who is to say that the united states wouldn't look and say, well, they did it in europe, why couldn't we look here? connell: rule of law question; right? >> exactly. dagen: what's the solution? somewhere between forcing the haircut and letting banks fail? where is the middle ground that would not make investors? >> you got to have the smaller depositors, the hundre
but first this is "today" on nbc. >> nice! [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ] easier than actually going to the bank. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. ♪ >>> we are back and we are keeping the spring fling rolling this morning with spring fashions and for that we're joined by kathy post, lifestyle editor for >> good morning. >> wouldn't it feel great to not wear winter clothes. >> the first day of spring, time for some serious fashion. >> all right so we have a few hot trends. >> yes. >> fierce florals is the first one. >> fierce florals, you're sporting it, we're sporting it and here we have cindy and maddie, and it is not about the little wall flower. it's about florals with attitude this season. so first we have little maddie, and in this gorgeous dress, talk about flower power with big pink flowers on it, this is by jane copeland, just $40. just as great for easter as it is for a spring party. >> adorable. >> pairing it with a sweater from h&h for $9 and the giant floral head band
deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> it's a strange thing, rather cruel actually, how an answer so desperately sought can slip away at the moment of capture. police had finally sniffed out the trail left by joe roberts, the one person who seemed to know what happened to brittany tavar. before they could catch up to joe, he was gone in a puff of oregon fog. >> the investigators had alerted police and law enforcement all the way up through washington, past seattle in the pacific northwest. they thought he was headed in that direction. >> meanwhile, investigators warn brittany's family. >> what they're telling me, he had a history of falling off the radar screen. >> and sure enough, that's just what he did. and days turned into weeks. summer turned into fall. no sign of him. police suspicions turned darker. >> it's important for us here in florida to not lose interest and not be putting it off as this guy is 2,000 miles away, because he might still be in our backyard or coming back to our backyard for all we know. >> life went on for the rest of the world, but not for tho
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